We are Expats Too!
The Beacon Financial Education team consists of cross border professionals. We are away from home - just like you - and have lived in multiple countries ourselves, so we understand the financial concerns you have and the challenges you face when it comes to financial planning.
Our aim is to help those living abroad with their personal lifestyle planning and wealth management. Through hosting local seminars, informative articles in our bi-monthly newsletters and our tools & guides. And this Autumn we introduce a series of webinars, adjusted to local tax regulations and requirements.
Are you a cross border professional, have you worked in the United States and do you still have a 401k?
That could be a big mistake!
Find out during our webinar how you can rollover your 401k into an Individual Retirement Account and how you can regain control of your pension and retirement assets.
Do you have a 401k?
Better investment choices
Get to know the basics and more in a matter of minutes.
Get the information you need to get started!
Successful international executive that’s worked and lived in the U.S. Europe and Asia for the past 25 years.
Make well-informed decisions, based on solid information about 401(k) and IRAs.
Ask Live Questions
Ask questions, get answers, and develop your knowledge.
A specialist in international asset management and financial planning for the last 10 years, having lived in the U.K., Netherlands, Switzerland and the UAE.
In this webinar you can expect to get:
And much more, in our upcoming sessions.
LEARN HOW TO
ROLLOVER YOUR 401K INTO
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Tuesday 23 October at 08:00 PM.
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